Kingston Hub is here to support you to skill up and make a difference. We offer many different activities, from paid consultancy work to tutoring in schools across London. There is something for everyone.
We offer lots of different community projects for you to get involved with. These are fantastic opportunities to build confidence and skills (including teamwork, leadership and public speaking), whilst making a lasting impact on communities across London
These are fantastic opportunities to build confidence, gain teamwork, leadership, public speaking skills and so much more whilst making a last impact on communities across London.
DRIVE is a collection of work experience opportunities across Greater London. For instance, you could work with refugees or coach football for children Find out more and apply here.
Schools Plus is our flagship tutoring project that sees Kingston students tutoring pupils from primary to A-level, in a wide range of subjects in schools across London. Find out more and apply here.
Empower is a near-to-peer mentoring scheme working with Greenshaw High School to support young pupils at risk of underachieving. Find our more and apply here.
Sports and Disabilities is a project giving Kingston students the opportunity to facilitate sports sessions for young people with disabilities. Find our more and apply here.
Speed Volunteering opportunities are one-off activities across London that tackle various social issues. Keep an eye out for new opportunities on the What's On page and in our newslette Find out more and sign up here here.
We offer Skilled Placements to support you to gain invaluable skills and experience whilst making a huge difference to organisations in London and beyond.
The Social Innovation Programme provides students with a paid research and consultancy placement, through which they address challenges posed by charities and social enterprises. No experience is required to join Find out more and apply here.
Hack it Forward is an opportunity for you to design tech solutions to community challenges through a series of fortnightly hackathons. Coding experience is not required. Find out more and apply here.
The Social Impact Internship Scheme recruits committed, socially-minded students from across the Hub Network and partners them with not-for-profit host organisations, where they complete a meaningful summer placement. Find out more here.
Our Incubation programme provides a variety of tailored support to individual students and groups starting up new projects. This includes in-person training and coaching, written resources and introductions to useful contacts. **Find out more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Critical Engagement Events
Throughout the year we run events on different issues. Sign up to our mailing list here for updates.